**POSTPONED** Regina Folk Festival Presents: RAH RAH, REVISITED at the Artesian


**POSTPONED** Regina Folk Festival Presents: RAH RAH, REVISITED at the Artesian

Words from Regina Folk Fest: Due to illness, we are hitting the pause button on the show for now and postponing it to another date. Got tickets? No worries. You can use them at the rescheduled show (date TBA, stay tuned!). Huge shoutout to all of you for making this a SOLD OUT show! We were beyond stoked to see this incredible response and can't wait to make it up to you all when the new date drops. Your support means the world to us!

Regina Folk Festival Presents: RAH RAH, REVISITED with Erin Passmore, Kyrie Kristmanson and Marshall Burns at the Artesian  

Rah Rah Revisited is an intimate evening with three songwriters from the original iteration of beloved local band, Rah Rah.   

Erin Passmore, Kyrie Kristmanson and Marshall Burns will each play selections from their solo albums and other projects before the night concludes with a tribute to the first Rah Rah EP « Songs for Pasquale » that launched in 2006 at the Regina Folk Festival. The artists will perform their own sets of music and come together again in a one-off special event in local music. 

June 28, 2024 at Artesian (2627 13th Ave) 

Doors @ 7:00PM  

Show @ 8:00PM  

Advance Tickets $28  

Door Tickets are $40   


This show will offer a mix of seating and standing room.  

All Ticket holders must be prepared to show ID at the door.  

Lineup and schedule subject to change.  


The Artesian is wheelchair accessible, all-ages, and a proud supporter of positive spaces initiatives with a zero-tolerance policy towards hate, harassment, and/or discrimination. We reserve the right to remove any patron creating an unsafe environment. The accessible entrance is available via a lift, Please ask staff for help if necessary.


Marshall Burns 

Marshall is a co-founder of the Juno-nominated indie-rock group Rah Rah and has attended the Regina Folk Fest as a fan or performer nearly every year since childhood. Marshall has recently released his second solo album titled “I Love My Friends" and has recently toured and recorded with Wolf Willow and Christopher Sleightholm among others. 

Kyrie Kristmanson 

Kyrie Kristmanson’s direct yet otherworldly style seems like folk music from some isolated mountain or urban canyon. It will take you places you've never been." – Robert Everett Green, The Globe & Mail  

Regina native Kyrie Kristmanson is back in town for an intimate show. An original member of the beloved indie-rock band Rah Rah, Kyrie relocated to Paris in 2010 for the release of her album Origin of Stars on Universal France. She subsequently enrolled at La Sorbonne where she embarked on a reconstruction of the lost repertoire of the 12th century women troubadours. Since then she has been pursuing her path as a singer-songwriter mostly in Europe and especially France where she was recently awarded the Order of Arts and Letters. Infused by the folk traditions of Canada and the medieval songwriting culture, Kyrie’s compositions create a chamber music that sounds like a dialogue between worlds: an interstice where past and present combine to create a living vestige of a bygone time, half remembered and half dreamed.     

She'll be performing songs spanning from her time growing up on the prairies to her most recent song cycle Floralia. 

Erin Passmore 

Erin released a solo album, the Downtown EP, in 2012. Post Rah Rah, she's helped out numerous musical pals both in Vancouver and Regina who needed a backing vocal or two. 

She relocated back to Sask from BC in late 2022 and has since spent her time trying to keep up with her toddlers. Any remaining energy (if any) is put into her creative endeavors - be it music, visual art or helping other creatives in the community. Erin is extremely excited to be sharing the stage with her old pals, Marshall and Kyrie.